Organisation of files generated by CMOR

Can the output files be put into a single directory? The pseudo-drs directory structure appears to cause confusion. In order to encourage data publishers to organise their data correctly, it would be better to avoid the appearance that CMOR is doing this.

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  • edited April 2016
    I created a key for CMOR3 so you can specify a directory of your choice. CMOR3 has a json file which is used as a configuration file. It must contain all required attributes for CMIP6.

    Here is an example being developed. (templates are at the end of the file)

    https://github.com/PCMDI/cmor/blob/cmor3/Test/test_lon_gt_360.json

    You can also create an "internal" key starting with "_" such as "_mydirectory": "testing" in this configuration file.

    If thereafter, you set: "output_path_template": "<_mydirectory>", cmor will create all your files in "testing/" directory when using this configuration.

    If you prefer not to specify the underscore "_" in the key i.e. "mydirectory", CMOR will also add "mydirectory" as a Global Attributes in the resulting netCDF file.

    This feature adds more flexibility for other projects such as "obs4MIPs".

    Denis
  • @martinjuckes @nadeau1 I would strongly recommend that all future CMOR discussion occurs in the CMOR github repository, where the code and the existing open and closed issues are being logged, discussed and resolved/closed.

    The way we are working in github is to create an "issue" or problem entry, and then work on a resolution for each of these before the code is augmented/edited and the issue is closed - that way any user that is active in the CMOR forum is alerted to these changes instantly through notifications and the process is transparent for those involved.
  • ... this and other CMOR related issues were copied to https://github.com/PCMDI/cmor/issues/22 in April last year.
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